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The Venetian Las Vegas welcomes back guests

4 June 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- After a nearly three-month hiatus, The Venetian Las Vegas welcomed guests back today to enjoy its world-class amenities, with its Venetian Clean Commitment noticeably at the forefront. With the simultaneous 9 a.m. reopening of both the Venetian and Palazzo towers, guests and visitors returned to find all of the amenities they know and love from Las Vegas’ largest resort in a clean and safe environment. Their resort experience included two full-service casinos, dozens of noteworthy restaurants and bars, sparkling pools, luxury shopping, the Grand Canal Shoppes and more.

Shortly after opening its doors, eager guests were excited to check into their suites and explore, while Team Members welcomed them throughout the property. Upon arrival to their freshly-cleaned suites, guests were welcomed with a Venetian Clean personal care amenity kit, providing hand sanitizer, sanitizing wipes, two pairs of gloves and two personal face masks to wear at their own discretion. Among the many luxe offerings throughout the property, including a full-service spa and fitness center, guests also visited the restyled Venetian pool deck, inspired by the Italian Riviera, which features the largest private cabanas on the Las Vegas Strip, and Spritz, a new poolside cafe from 50 Eggs, the founders of Las Vegas favorites Yardbird and Chica.

During the closure, The Venetian developed and rolled out the Venetian Clean Commitment, a set of new cleanliness standards and operational protocols, represented by more than 800 individual initiatives to ensure that guests can experience the world-class resort in a safe and healthy manner. Under the Venetian Clean program, the resort experience has been adapted to follow guidance provided by federal, state and local authorities, while still allowing guests to enjoy the world-class amenities.

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